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Open the Door and See All the People (1964)

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Maybelle Nash ...
Alma Blake / Thelma Fahnstock
Alec Wilder ...
Dan, Alma's Husband
Jeremiah Sullivan ...
Jerry
Charles Rydell ...
Andrew
Chris Schroll ...
Chris
Johanna Hill ...
Jo
Paul Chu ...
Luke
Melvina Boykin ...
Melvina
Ellen Martin ...
Mimosa
Lester Judson ...
Raoul
Louise Rush ...
Veronica
Harry Rigby ...
Steadman
Tony Ballen ...
Paul
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Wei No. 3
Gwen Davies ...
Gypsy Mother
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17 March 1965 (France)  »

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Has Some Interesting Moments
28 April 2002 | by (Chicago, Illinois) – See all my reviews

A pioneer in the independent film movement. Nash plays two twin sisters who have very contrasting personalities and lifestyles. The film focuses on all those little nuances that go on between people, but are usually taken for granted in daily life. This creates some rather amusing insights and a very quirky perspective. There's a couple of truly odd sequences here that, given a wider release, could have strong cult potential. Unfortunately it has never received this, but it is still worth seeking out if only to see how creativity can overcome even the most minimal of budgets.


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